The story of our Savior’s favorite wielding bats seems to come in a new chapter, taking into account the latest trailer which shows of the second half of the ninth season of ‘The Walking Dead’.
Denying, the charismatic and brutal antagonist of the last few seasons of the successful series The Walking Dead on AMC, makes a brief cameo in the advancement of the ssecond half of the ninth season, suggesting that his incarceration might have ended up. Of course, his freedom could be short-lived, given the threat of a possible character type zombie and the killers human that you walk with them, known as the Susurradores.
Played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Denying filed by former sheriff Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and the rest of the veteran characters who were their most dangerous enemies in the first season, and the conflict between the allies of Rick and the army of Denying not only brought many stories featured characters until the end, but it also, spanned multiple seasons of the show. Remember that Denying he was last seen imprisoned in a jail cell, with little hope of freedom, much less regain the power they once exercised.
However, that seems to be changing, as the final scene of the trailer of the season of the AMC reveals a Denying so free, whistling a tune, and declaring that it is in “home, sweet home.”
The departure of the star of the original series, Lincoln, in the last half of the ninth season, he left The Walking Dead with a cast very different. But at least, surely, we’ll see Lincoln again in the upcoming movie based on the series.
The main cast of the series including Norman Reedus, Danai Gurira, Melissa McBride, Alanna Masterson, Josh McDermitt, Christian Serratos, Seth Gilliam, Ross Marquand, Austin Amelio, Tom Payne, Xander Berkeley, Khary Payton and the above-mentioned Morgan.
Newcomers to the series this season include the actor from Sons of Anarchy, Ryan Hurst, as a Beta, and Samantha Morton as Alpha, two members of The Whisperers. Two more characters that gave the leap from the comic series The Walking Dead the show, which include Lauren Ridloff as Connie, and Eleanor Matsuura as Yumiko. The actor of the franchise movie Fantastic Beasts, Dan Fogler, will play a role that is not revealed in the series and is seen in the trailer.
The second part of the ninth season of The Walking Dead will hit AMC on feb.
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